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Poster: Alan Peters Date: Jun 1, 2007 10:32am
Forum: education Subject: Lectures on Image Processing

Dear Folks,

I have an 18-lecture series on Image Processing that I have created over the past 8 years for my course EECE/CS at Vanderbilt University. These are IMHO pretty good presentations. They are in .pdf format with a CC license attached to every file. The total size is about 400MB with the largest being 43MB and the smallest about 4MB. I would like to make these freely available in the education section of the IA. For an example of what the individual slides are like, you can see one at http://www.boingboing.net/2006/10/25/engineering_prof_tea.html
The intro lecture is at
http://www.vuse.vanderbilt.edu/~rap2/EECE253/EECE253_01_Intro.pdf

Is there anything special I need to do in uploading them to make sure that they get placed in the education section? I have found no instructions that are specific to that section.

Thank you,

Alan Peters

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Poster: carelliez Date: Aug 28, 2007 12:09am
Forum: education Subject: Re: Lectures on Image Processing

Upload the files to your blogs. maybe it can help!

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Poster: WilfredGuerin Date: Jun 1, 2007 12:26pm
Forum: education Subject: Re: Lectures on Image Processing

Perhaps you should advise archive.org to also provide direct references to each frame individually, as most presentations are cited to a specific sub presentation or topic.

Also forwarding you email on a related topic from this morning.